Grand Canyon National Park has been one of the world’s premier year-round destinations for more than a century. Grand Canyon National Park Lodges — the primary provider of in-park lodging at the South Rim — manages six distinctively different hotel properties.
Many of the structures at the canyon have become recognized for their historical significance. From El Tovar Hotel, long considered the crown jewel of National Park hotels, to Phantom Ranch, the only lodging on the floor of the canyon, you’ll find accommodations to help you get the most out of your visit to Grand Canyon National Park.
Note about parking: All parking lots on the South Rim are open to all National Park visitors. There is no charge for parking with your paid entrance fee, however during peak periods of visitation, it may be necessary to park in satellite parking lots, as there is no assigned hotel parking for guests.
El Tovar retains its elegant charm and is widely considered the crown jewel of Historic National Park Lodges.Read More
This iconic lodge and its surrounding cabins are rich with cultural history.Read More
For guests seeking a more contemporary lodging option, Kachina lodge is a great choice.Read More
Many guests choose Thunderbird due to its prominent location in the center of the historic district.Read More
Located just a short walk from the canyon’s edge, the Maswik Lodge is a 250-room lodging complex nestled within several acres of Ponderosa pine forest.Read More
Phantom Ranch is the only lodging below the canyon rim, and can only be reached by mule, on foot or by rafting the Colorado River.Read More